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Changing the order (6 posts)

  1. amplified2
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    Is it possiblt to change the order of the FAQ posts once I have created them.
    I even changed the date of the posts and this had no effect on the order in which they were created.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-awesome-faq/

  2. skybird
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Hi.

    1- Please go to the "Installed Plugins" in WordPress.
    2- Find "WP Awesome FAQ" on the list, then click "Edit".
    3- On "wp-awesome-faq/index.php", find this:

    'order'=>"DESC"

    and change it with this:

    'order'=>"ASC"

  3. Liton Arefin
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 8 months ago #

    Thanks skybird, for giving this nice solution. I am turning all features in Plugin Options. Hope it will be better for users.

  4. skybird
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    You are welcome h2cweb.net. I'm glad to hear that. I think it will definitely be better for us. Thanks for your hard working.

  5. Kainer
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    I would need to change the order too, but not from ASC to DESC, i would like to sort them like I need. Free.

    Possible to get? Else I have to use another plugin.

  6. Rick
    Member
    Posted 2 weeks ago #

    Yea, sorting would be a great option. Plugin seems quite nice, but it'd be a huge plus to be able to rearrange the FAQ display order based on your personal preferences.

    Seems like maybe one could integrate the menu_order option (in the wp_posts table) into the FAQ admin, then have the FAQ output sorted by that order on the end-user's page. Though, there are a lot of complications that will creep up trying that & that'd require a rewrite of the output & some hackery to add the menu_order option to the FAQ posting area.

    Probably the best way, if the author is reading, is to have a page in the WordPress admin where site owners could drag & drop the FAQs into the appropriate order (Ajax, probably), then update the database table.

    Not sure if this will help much as coders can already think of workarounds, but maybe it's something the plugin author can consider in a future update.

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